Four Wheeler - - Contents - By Jake Headlee edi­[email protected] Pho­tos: Jake Headlee

A per­fectly built, over­grown rock­crawler

THE CON­STANT EVO­LU­TION OF OFF-ROAD VE­HI­CLES IS A BUG THAT BITES MANY OF US. WHETHER it’s to fur­ther im­prove the abil­ity or look of our 4x4s, or to switch gears to a dif­fer­ent type of wheel­ing, most pro­jects never ac­tu­ally end. Brian Bohrer knows this all too well, and in a cou­ple dif­fer­ent ways. Brian is a Jeep guy at heart. He has owned many Jeeps over the years and they have been great to him, es­pe­cially for tight trails. How­ever, the bug got him good. He de­cided he wanted some­thing big­ger, louder, and some­thing most peo­ple don’t see on a reg­u­lar ba­sis. He wanted a rock­crawl­ing Dodge pickup.

As a Dodge fan and owner al­ready, Brian knew the path he was head­ing down was al­most divine. “I re­ally wanted a full­size plat­form that was still short enough to get through most trails,” Brian says. A straight-axle Dodge Ram short­bed was ex­actly what he was look­ing for.

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